Monument Valley: Navajo Nation Natural Wonder

Monument Valley: Navajo Nation Natural Wonder

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ISBN-13: 9780944197011
Publisher: Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company
Publication date: 05/12/2015
Series: Companion Press Series
Edition description: New
Pages: 96
Product dimensions: 8.80(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

David Muench has been capturing images of the natural drama of our planet for more than fifty years. This book contains both color and black-and-white images of the iconic and sublime Monument Valley locations that he has revisited numerous times in his photographic career.
Traveling back and forth across the American continent and to far-flung corners of the earth, capturing the character and magnificence of wild Earth, his photographs champion the Earth’s wild beauty and the necessity for its survival. His images have appeared in numerous publications, including Arizona Highways, Outdoor Photographer, Wilderness, Sierra, Life, View Camera, and many others. His fine-art prints are on display at the Brooker–Muench Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming, as well as in other gallery and museum exhibits. Most recent of his fifty previous exhibit-format books published by Graphic Arts Books are David Muench’s National Parks, Arizona, California: Portrait of a State, Plateau Light, and Primal Forces.

Anne Markward, a writer with a background in sustainable tourism, is passionate about the cultural history and subtle beauty of the American Southwest. Based in Durango, Colorado, she is also essayist for Lake Powell, another title in the Companion Press series.

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“No one fills a photographic frame with such authentic power, majesty, and passion as America's master landscape artist, David Muench. For more than half a century, he has roamed the great natural places of our vast country to burn his own indelible image of the wild upon our souls.” —James Lawrence

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